Starring, written, and directed by acclaimed British character actor Paddy Considine, Journeyman is one of…
If Mary Magdalene were funded in part by Ikea, it would explain the faux-artsy nature of this woefully dull and hilariously unfocused Biblical snoozer.
Domnhall Gleeson and Rose Byrne are great, sadly literally everything else about Peter Rabbit is not. If you take your kids, you should also take a pillow.
They did it. They finally made a decent video game movie. Tomb Raider may not reinvent the wheel, but it uses that wheel for a pretty enjoyable ride.
It wants to be The Full Monty, but Walk Like a Panther can’t even muster up half a monty; dull, unfunny, and devoid of charisma.
What you’d get if you took a Jason Statham concept and gave it serious arthouse cred, You Were Never Really Here is an awe-inspiring success.
A terrific feature that knows just how to brilliantly utilise Nicolas Cage’s singular energy, Mom and Dad will amuse and terrify in equal measure.
A mystifying attempt at a comedy that neither utilises its cast or comedic premise, Gringo is an utter mess that would be better off left in the desert.
Neither as smart nor as dumb as it needs to be, Red Sparrow never takes flight, despite a solid effort from Jennifer Lawrence.